The national median home price among all housing types was $183,900 in September, the latest data available from the National Association of Realtors. What can you get for that price?
We scoured our listings database for a sampling of homes on the market with asking prices close to the national median sales price for existing homes. You might be surprised at how much house it buys.
In most areas you can find a sizable single-family home, and in areas where prices have been particularly hard hit by the housing bust, you can get something close to a mansion. Of course, in larger urban areas like New York or Los Angeles, it won't buy much space.
Click through the gallery below to get an idea of the kinds of homes that are out there for around the national median home price of $183,900.
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